Brisbane’s reputation as a world-class events destination has again been reinforced following the announcement the city will join New York as a host destination for the World Science Festival.
The Brisbane Convention Bureau is attending trade and industry conventions at home and overseas to let business event planners know about the city’s new energy and vibrancy after successfully hosting the G20 Leaders Summit in 2014.
Brisbane is exceeding expectations as a conference destination, as two of the city’s major international business events report surging delegate numbers.
The Brisbane Convention Bureau partnered with 10 co-exhibitors at AIME 2015 to put forward the city’s excellent business event credentials.
Brisbane Welcomes the World is a destination welcoming and way-finding program that builds on Brisbane’s reputation as one of the most welcoming cities in the world.
The Convention Bureau’s involvement in the Brisbane Global Cafe opened new doors through which to seek out new business events for the city.
24 February - The Brisbane Convention Bureau has generated 29 leads with the potential for a combined economic impact upwards of $30 million following the G20 Leaders Summit.
Three new accommodation properties are among a cutting-edge contingent of Brisbane’s business events offerings attending AIME 2015 this week in Melbourne.
Brisbane has a packed showcase of events and exhibitions with the city staging an impressive line-up...
AIME visitors can participate in the Brisbane Event Planner Challenge and win a prize.